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[texts]Prophecy By Judge Rutherford - J.F. Rutherford
"Prophecy," by Judge J.F. Rutherford (1929). Rutherford, the 2nd president of the Watchtower Society, later gave the group the name Jehovah's Witnesses in 1931. Page 65 of the book states: "The Scriptural proof is that the second presence of the Lord Jesus Christ began in 1874 A.D." (It wasn't until the early 1930s when Watchtower publications changed the date of Christ's "presence" to 1914.)
Keywords: Jehovah's Witnesses; Watchtower; Watch Tower; Judge Rutherford; J.F. Rutherford; Predictions for 1874; Bible Students; IBSA
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[texts]1922 Watchtower Articles On Chronology - Watchtower Bible and Tract Society
These 1922 Watch Tower articles present acceptance of the Watchtower Society's chronological structure associated with 1874, 1878, 1910, 1914 and 1918 as a test of loyalty. The Watch Tower magazine reasons that when Cyrus started his reign in 536 BCE, he issued the edict that enabled Jews to return home in that same year. From that date these articles, as did Russell, use the "seventy years of captivity" to calculate the destruction of Jerusalem at 606 BCE...
Keywords: Jehovah's Witnesses; Watchtower; Watch Tower; Charles Taze Russell; J.F. Rutherford; Millennial Dawn; Studies in the Scriptures; Great Pyramid Passages; John Edgar; Morton Edgar; Pyramidology; Predictions for 1914; Predictions for 1918; Predictions for 1925; Predictions for 1874
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[texts]1875-1880 Herald Of The Morning Assorted Issues - N.H. Barbour, Charles Taze Russell, John H. Paton
1874-1880 Herald of the Morning (assorted issues). Contains scans of several issues of Herald of the Morning magazine, edited by Nelson H. Barbour and co-edited by Charles Taze Russell for about two and a half years. In the summer of 1876, Russell accepted Barbour's understanding of biblical chronology, believing that Christ had returned invisibly in 1874. Russell and Barbour broke fellowship in 1879 and Russell went on to start Zion's Watch Tower and Herald of Christ's Presence in 1879...
Keywords: Jehovah's Witnesses; Watchtower; Watch Tower; Zion's Watch Tower; Charles Taze Russell; C.T. Russell; IBSA; Bible Students; Studies in the Scriptures; Millennial Dawn; N.H. Barbour; Herald of the Morning; J.H. Paton; Predictions for 1874; Predictions for 1878; Predictions for 1881; Predictions for 1914
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